ScoreStream and (CFC) team up for real time scores


ScoreStream and to use Crowd-Sourcing to capture Real-Time scores across Canada

ScoreStream, the first and leading crowdsourcing platform for live local sports, and (CFC), the #1 site covering amateur football news and recruiting in Canada, today announced a partnership to use ScoreStream’s crowd-sourcing platform to report real time football scores throughout Canada this high school football season.

“We started getting organic interest from users in Canada and in terms of partners covering football, CFC is THE dominant player in coverage of the sport.” said Derrick Oien, CEO of ScoreStream. “We couldn’t have a better partner as we work to bring real time score coverage to fans in Canada.”

The partnership will kick off this fall with the high school football season. Fans can track real time scores on the CFCs website via scoreboard widgets. Scoreboards for the CFC50 and CFC10 high school rankings, and all the provinces will be available. Schools and fans can submit scores via the ScoreStream smartphone application and those scores will automatically update the scoreboards on the CFC site.

“ScoreStream has demonstrated speed and reliability covering over 10,000 high school games each week in the United States and has done so through ground breaking partnerships with organizations like the Associated Press,” said Lee Barette, CEO of “We think that adding real time scores nationwide will be a great feature for fans of our unparalleled coverage of football across Canada.”

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About ScoreStream ScoreStream is the first and leading crowdsourcing platform for live local sports. The ScoreStream mobile app engages fans through crowd-sourced scores, photos, video and chat from over 10,000 games per week from around the world. ScoreStream is an early-stage, venture-backed start-up based in Del Mar, CA.

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About (CFC) is the number one national amateur football website (source: and most respected source for high school and recruiting news in Canada. Along with their media presence, CFC is the number one producer of Amateur football events including the Fox 40 Prospect Challenge and the Battle of the Best BC vs. Ontario showcase.

CFCs mission is to promote players, coaches, administrators, teams, & leagues from coast to coast. Powered by 30+ local reporters, CFCs content driven network covers Canadian NCAA & U Sport recruiting, and high school football like no one else. by the numbers:
#1 Amateur football platform
In aggregate over 20 million impressions across all platforms
#1 Amateur football news & recruiting site (source:
+400k unique visitors annually
#1 Amateur football tournament (34 teams, 17 games)
Fox 40 Prospect Challenge [FPC] – 1500+ participants
#1 Amateur football social media network +40k Facebook / Twitter / Instagram

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